Community Calendar: February 6, 2018


County commissioners scholarships available
TORRINGTON – Applications for County Commissioner’s scholarships are available in the County Clerk’s office or online at goshencounty.org. Three initial scholarships may be awarded.
The scholarships are for $500 per semester for one year. They are in addition to the Hathaway Merit Scholarships. Also, the students who received an award last year may apply for the single renewal scholarship. Only one renewal scholarship is awarded.
Applications must be received prior to
May 1.

Workforce topic of EWC Roundtable
TORRINGTON – Community success and the workforce will be the topic of the next in a series of roundtable discussions hosted by Eastern Wyoming College President Lesley Travers here.
Travers invites business, industry and community members, as well as other interested parties, to the next Community Roundtable, set for noon on Thursday, Jan. 8, in the conference room of the CTEC Building on the EWC campus in Torrington.
“Elements for communities to thrive or decline in the 21st Century will depend on how well we cultivate and retain a robust workforce,” Travers said in a press release. “For this to occur, education at the community college level needs to be closely aligned with workforce and economic development efforts.
“In this round table, I would like to encourage anyone in business and industry to join me to discuss their current and/or future needs,” she said. “How can EWC provide support and assistance to our business partners?”
Attendees are invited to bring their own, brown-bag lunch, if desired. For more information, call (307) 532-8303.

Zippy Toad comes to THS auditorium
TORRINGTON – Fifth-graders from Trail Elementary will present their annual musical, Zippy Toad’s Zany Adventures, here in February.
Curtain times for the production are 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 15, at the Torrington High School auditorium.
Gearing up for the production, each class wrote the speaking parts for its own, unique, Zippy Toad adventure. The students also learned five different musical selections to be played on the Recorder.

Play It Again, Sam hits WNCC stage
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. – The Western Nebraska Community College Theatre Arts Dept. will present the Woody Allen play, Play It Again, Sam, in March.
Dinner theater performances are set for 7:30 p.m. March 2 – 3, with a scheduled 2 p.m. matinee March 4. A show-only performance is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. March 4. All productions will be in the New Theater in the John N. Harms Center on campus in Scottsbluff.
Tickets for the dinner theatre productions are $25 and must be purchased in advance through the WNCC Foundation Office at wnccfoundation.org or (308) 635-6550. Tickets for the show only performance on March 4 at 7:30 p.m. are $5 and can be purchased at the door one hour prior to curtain.
The production follows a recently divorced film magazine writer, Allan Felix, who is trying to restart his romantic life. He falls in love with Linda, the wife of his best friend Dick. Throughout the show, he seeks advice from the ghost of his idol Humphrey Bogart, but soon he realizes he needs to just be himself instead of imitating Bogart.
Cast members include James Maag as Allan Felix, Dani Lopez as Linda Christie, Troy Jacobucci as Dick Christie, James Buxbaum as Humphrey Bogart and Pasiensia Marex as Allan’s girl.
“Play It Again, Sam has been a delight to stage,” said Robert Thompson Jr., WNCC theatre instructor and director “With this play, it is my hope to lead our young men to the conclusion that we don’t need to try to be something we are not.”

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